Premier League ticket prices: How much does it cost to watch each team play?

Arsenal sell the most expensive seat in the English top flight, while Huddersfield Town have earned plaudits for the affordability of their games


Posted Saturday, December 16, 2017 by Goal.com

Premier League ticket prices: How much does it cost to watch each team play?

It can cost anything from £9 to £97 for an adult to watch a Premier League match during the 2017-18 season.

Arsenal are offering the most expensive admission in the English top flight this term, with their £97 ticket the top price for games they class as 'category A' against their most important opponents.
Liverpool, on the other hand, boast the cheapest ticket in the Premier League.

Premier League ticket prices: How much does it cost to watch each team play?

It is possible to get into a game at Anfield for just £9 at the top of their new main stand, though it should be noted that those tickets are in limited supply and the next-cheapest ticket they offer is priced at £37 - £10 more than Arsenal's lowest.

Tottenham, who are playing at Wembley this season while White Hart Lane is demolished and rebuilt, are the only other team to sell a ticket for more than £90.

The lowest upper limit is at Huddersfield Town, who sell tickets for the same price of £30 every week no matter the opponent or the seat.

Premier League single-ticket prices

Premier League ticket prices: How much does it cost to watch each team play?

Huddersfield also take the prize for the cheapest season ticket having given fans the chance to renew their seats for between £100 and £199 at the end of last season, when they were promoted from Championship.

Manchester United's highest price is the lowest of any of the 'big six' clubs, but they are also the only club in the league to only sell Premier League tickets to fans who have paid to join their membership scheme, which starts at £20 a season.

Chelsea have the most expensive lower limit on an ordinary ticket at £41, though restricted-view seats at Stamford Bridge can be bought for less.

A majority of clubs now categorise matches depending on the opponent and increase and decrease prices accordingly.

Premier League ticket prices: How much does it cost to watch each team play?

Huddersfield are the only club in the league who do not follow that model or vary the price of tickets depending on their location within the stadium.

There is a gulf of £75 between the cheapest Tottenham ticket in their lowest category and the most expensive in their highest, while Arsenal's stands at £70 and West Ham's at £55.

Joining Huddersfield at the lower end of the scale are West Brom, whose three categories have flat prices of £35, £30 and £25, and Burnley, who do not have categories and sell tickets for between £30 and £40.

The Terriers can also claim to be the only club that follows the league-mandated £30 cap on tickets sold to away fans throughout their entire stadium.

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